Coming from a family of professors, singer-actor Ali Zafar feels that female education can make the world a better place to live in. The ‘Total Siyapaa’ actor recently shared his thoughts on the subject and stated that he understands the value of education. Ali recently took the stage at a charity event in honour of the teachers around the world.
According to The Express Tribune, the actor shared, “My parents were professors, my mother is the first post doc scholar in library sciences in Pakistan and my father was the chairman of the fine arts department of the Punjab University (Pakistan). So, I understand the importance of education and therefore the cause of education is very close to my heart”. The ‘Tere Bin Laden’ actor is also taking initiatives to materialise his beliefs.
It’s not just talks from Ali. The 35-year-old actor is looking after the construction of schools after the Peshawar incident. He has also been sponsoring education for more than 100 girls. Ali has wrapped up shooting for his upcoming Bollywood film along with creating music for his album.